Follow the Leader: Opinion Polls and the Modern Presidents

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  • Follow the Leader - Opinion Polls and the Modern Presidents *
  • Contents *
  • List of Figures *
  • List of Tables *
  • Preface *
  • 1 - Being Liked and Being President *
  • 2 - The New Referendum *
  • 3 - Actions and Reactions *
  • 4 - Activity, Popularlty, and Success in Congress *
  • 5 - Long Views and Short Goals *
  • 6 - The Presidents in Office *
  • 7 - Broccoli and Yellow Ribbons *
  • 8 - A Guide to Presidents and the Polls *
  • Appendix A *
  • Appendix B *
  • Notes *
  • References *
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